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Meridian Community College
910 Highway 19 North
Meridian MS 39307

PH: 601-484-8707
FX: 601-553-3436

Dr. Scott Elliott

Athletic Director
Mr. Sander Atkinson

Athletic Trainer
Christopher Haralson

Sports Information Director
Robby Atkinson

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MCC Baseball Sweeps Away Northeast Mississippi
March 25, 2015

From School Reports

The Meridian Community College Eagles returned to the field Wednesday afternoon looking to bounce back after a disappointing loss on Tuesday by playing host to Northeast Mississippi Community College. The Eagles bounced back in grand fashion by sweeping past Northeast Mississippi by final scores of 8-3 and 8-1 on Wednesday at Scaggs Field.

MCC improved to 18-9 overall and 6-4 in league play, while Northeast Mississippi dropped to 7-13 and 3-7. The Eagles will return to action on Saturday for an MACJC doubleheader with Southwest Mississippi Community College. First pitch of the twin bill against the Bears is scheduled for 2 p.m. at Scaggs Field.

MCC got one of the more impressive pitching performances of the season in Game One to defeat Northeast Mississippi by a final score of 8-3. Sophomore Bryant Johnston pitched 7 2/3 innings of relief and collected eight strikeouts in the appearance from the bullpen.

MCC also did a solid job at the plate by notching 10 hits as a team, while Northeast Mississippi finished with eight hits. Matt Berler led the charge with a pair of base hits and two RBI’s, while Dustin Smith drove in three runs in the Game One win. Michael Druhan and Jaylon Keys each added two base hits apiece, while three other players in the Meridian lineup each added one hit apiece. Goose Yates, Andrew Crook, and Dalton Thomas checked in with one hit apiece in Game One.

MCC secured the sweep in Game Two by rolling past Northeast Mississippi by a final count of 8-1. Former Neshoba Central star Austin Harrison notched the win on the mound for the Eagles by pitching a complete game and collecting six strikeouts.

MCC had another great game at the plate as a team by banging out 14 hits, while Northeast Mississippi finished with seven. Goose Yates led the way in Game Two by going 3-for-3 with a pair of RBI’s, while former West Lauderdale star Daniel Hill also had three hits in the victory. Michael Druhan, Andrew Crook, and Dustin Smith each finished the game with two hits apiece.

The MCC pitching staff was the highlight in the doubleheader sweep by collecting 14 strikeouts as a staff and allowing no walks.

MCC Track Ranked 15th and 24th In First Outdoor Poll
March 25, 2015

From School Reports

Meridian, MS – Following a successful trip to the Alabama Relays this past weekend and a successful indoor campaign, MCC’s track team is ranked 15th on the men’s side and 24th on the women’s side in the first USTFCCCA (U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association) national rankings of the outdoor season.

MCC’s men’s team which finished the indoor season ranked 13th,  was led by their sprinters and jumpers, with all of their points in the rankings coming from the sprints and jumps in the first weeks rankings.  Leading the way in points was both Cravorkian Carson, Chris Lewis and Kendrick Smith who all totaled 15 or more points in the latest poll for MCC.

On the women’s side, MCC saw their women’s team make their first appearance of the year in the national rankings.  The Lady Eagles saw the way led by Jocindra Glee who posted a NJCAA National Qualifying Time in the 400 hurdles Friday evening.

MCC will compete next at the MC Twilight hosted by Mississippi College on April 3.

MCC Golf Captures Tournament Title
March 25, 2015

From School Reports

CHOCTAW, MS- The Meridian Community College golf team had one of its most successful days in program history by capturing the tournament title at the MACJC Event No. 3 which was held at the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club. The Eagles won the tournament championship by an astonishing 25 strokes to cruise to its first tournament championship of the spring season.

Connor Cavin and Luther Thompson, II led the way as both shot two over for the tournament to tie for third overall and make the All-Tournament Team. Clayton Gray finished 6th overall at four over par for the two rounds.

Austin Terrell and Grant Renegar shot 9 over and 15 over respectively. Ty Medling playing as an individual and shot 14 over for the tournament. All six MCC golfers finished in the top 25 of the 10 team tournament.

The Eagles shot 294 and 299 for a total of 593 for the tournament. They shot the low team score each day. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College came in second with a total of 618 and Co-lin came in third at 620. 

The Eagles play next at the Arkansas State University Red Wolf Classic where they will be the only community college playing in a field of all NCAA Division One universities.

MCC Tennis Falls To ICC
March 25, 2015

From School Reports

The Meridian Community College men's and women's tennis teams lost to Itawamba Community College on Tuesday with all matches being played at the Northeast Tennis Center.

The men won only one match at number one singles with Shane Trebisky taking a 6-3, 6-1 win over Nathaniel Pinkney. 

The women lost in heartbreaking fashion 5-4.  Paige Gibson pulled out a huge win at number one singles against Taylor Patterson in a three setter.  Jennifer Smith pulled out a win at number three singles as did Jami Daugherty at number six.  The only win in women's doubles came from the duo of Caroline Terry and Paige Gibson.

Meridian returns to action Saturday at against Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College at 1 p.m. The matches against MGCCC on Saturday will be played at the MCC Tennis Courts on campus adjacent to the Damon Fitness Center.

MCC Baseball Falls To ICC
March 24, 2015

From School Reports

The Meridian Community College baseball team returned to Scaggs Field Tuesday afternoon to complete a doubleheader against Itawamba Community College that was postponed back on Saturday due to rain, and the result was much different. MCC defeated ICC back on Saturday by a final of 6-4, but the Indians would use a solid pitching outing from Nick Burns to shutout MCC by a final of 6-0.

Burns (1-1) pitched a complete game for the Indians and allowed only one hit which came on a single by Goose Yates of Meridian in the final inning. Josh Rich (3-2) suffered the pitching loss on the mound for the Eagles by working 4 1/3 innings and allowing five runs.

Itawamba finished the game with seven total hits and Russ Johnson led the way with a pair of hits, to go along with a solo homer.

MCC dropped to 16-9 overall and 4-4 in MACJC play, while ICC improved to 8-8 overall and 2-6 in league play. MCC will return to action Wednesday afternoon for a  MACJC doubleheader as Northeast Mississippi Community College will come to Scaggs Field. The twin bill is scheduled for a 3 p.m. first pitch.

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Men's Baseball II - Stats Archive
Men's Basketball I - Stats Archive
Men's Cross Country I
Men's Golf II
Men's Indoor Track & Field
Men's Outdoor Track and Field I
Men's Soccer I - Stats Archive
Men's Tennis I
Women's Basketball I - Stats Archive
Women's Cross Country I
Women's Indoor Track & Field
Women's Outdoor Track and Field I
Women's Soccer I - Stats Archive
Women's Softball II - Stats Archive
Women's Tennis I

Total NJCAA Team National Championship Titles: 5

Men's Championships: 4
Women's Championships: 1

Breakdown by Sport:

  • Men's Division I Cross Country: 1995
  • Men's Division I Soccer: 2000
  • Men's Indoor Track & Field: 1996, 1997
  • Women's Slow Pitch Softball: *1997

*Invitational Tournament

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